Mathieu de L’Amour is in the meadow and has become a father: the former Gard manager resorted to surrogacy

Mathieu de L’Amour is in the meadow and has become a father: the former Gard manager resorted to surrogacy
Mathieu de L’Amour is in the meadow and has become a father: the former Gard manager resorted to surrogacy

Known for his participation in the flagship M6 show Love is in the meadow, Gardois Mathieu Ceschin became a father this Tuesday, May 28. Recently single, the candidate for season 15 had to carry out a GPA.

Despite his separation from Alexandre more than a year ago, this former Camargue horse breeder still pursued his dream of becoming a father. Her first child, Ezio, was born this Tuesday, May 28 under special conditions.

A GPA in Colombia

The adventure has not been easy for the 40-year-old man who suffers from Cadasil disease, a rare pathology which reduces his life expectancy. As indicated Tele-LeisureMathieu can nevertheless welcome the support of fans who welcome his Surrogacy procedure.

I have never received so many messages from you. So obviously I can’t answer everyone. I think that since this morning, I must be on the 600th message”, he says. In fact, the latter packed his bags in Colombia to await the birth of his son. Her life bearer, named Ame, gave birth in her native country.

The happy dad announced the news on his Instagram account. Her little boy was born this Tuesday evening. His name is Ezio and he measures 51 centimeters and weighs 3.235 kg. Subsequently, Mathieu announced that he was going to take a break from his networks in order to take full advantage of his new experience.

It is very advisable to stay at home for two weeks or three weeks. Besides, it’s the same advice in France. It’s not an obligation. It’s just time for him to get used to the little bacteria outside. I will obviously respect this deadline”, continued the former farmer, very impatient to discover the joys of fatherhood.

-

-

PREV Russell Crowe took ten years to respond to letters from his fans
NEXT Urban Terraces return for a month this summer in Rimouski